10:11 AM, 29th July 2021, About 3 years ago 3
Hello, I help run a block of 18 flats, the Residents Association was set up when the flats were built and is run by a dedicated few owners. The residents were given the opportunity to purchase the freehold (which we did) after the freeholder went into administration.
The Residents Association decided to up the service charge a while back to pay for anticipated repairs, which has been no problem. We now have the required amount of money(£30,000+) to carry out said repairs, which is great.
My question: Is the RA or freeholder required to issue a section 20 notice to all the owners even though the RA has the money and is not asking the owners to contribute anymore?
Thanks in advance for any help
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